12 Queen's Crescent, Glasgow G4 9AS, UK
Support designed for LGBT people
At LGBT Health and Wellbeing, you can access a variety of confidential and free (donations welcomed) mental health services informed and shaped by the specific needs of LGBT people.
You might not be sure how we can help. Meet with a member of staff to talk through your issues and find the best services to fit your needs. If you are ready to explore some of the challenges you face, you can self-refer to counselling. In addition, if you are looking for emotional support or information in your local area, get in touch with LGBT Helpline Scotland.
Workshops and groups are a great way to explore mental health and wellbeing as a community. Learn ways to look after yourself and come together with other LGBTQ+ people to share experiences. Choose from a programme of creative activities, self-management courses and monthly peer support groups.
Can I access your services?
We welcome the entire diversity of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community, including non-binary, queer, intersex and asexual people (LGBTQ+). And we also welcome those questioning their sexuality and gender identity, as well as those who do not use labels.
Mental health is important to all of us, and you do not need to have a diagnosis of mental ill health to access any of our services.